The California State Library is making 3D images available to the public. OK, these are not the whizzy kind that modern devices produce.
These are similar to the old 2-picture hand held viewers that they used in the 1800’s. The 2 photos are side by side and taken a tad off to the right/left. When viewed by each eye , they had depth.
These photos being converted and each side are tinted to create a unique image. Use the red/green plastic glasses to see them in 3D. Just like the sci-fi movies of the 50’s. Some theaters actually use this passive technique to show modern movies.
I can’t stand it since it reduces the color on the screen. I can see the movie better with my naked eyes. Available 3D olde tyme pix of Yosemite and other neat scenes can be found at the CA State Library, in Sacramento.
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Unrelated thought worth quoting:“Now it’s been ten thousand years, man has cried a billion tears. For what, he never knew, now man’s reign is through. But through eternal night, the twinkling of starlight. So very far away, maybe it’s only yesterday.” – In the year 2525, Zager And Evans
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